For more info on where to go to listen to a local band or enjoy any aspect of the Triangle music scene use our search engine located above. Below are also some recommendations and quick links for more details on certain areas of interest.
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When considering great Raleigh concerts the three most notable venues include: Raleigh Downtown Live, Time Warner Music Pavilion which feature more national acts while the Lincoln Theatre features Raleigh bands as well as other local and national artists. Speaking of Raleigh bands and local acts there are just too many to choose but some of ZSpotlight's favorite Raleigh music comes from Aftershock, Crush, Rich Emily Band, Scott Sawyer, Sleeping Booty, Sugar and Suicide Blonde. For other Raleigh Music venues featuring live music please use the search engine located above.
The main musical venue for Cary music is the Koka Booth Amphitheatre but there are a lot of other great restaurants and bars that also showcase some of the best in NC live music. For a listing click: Cary music
Durham has two great venues for musical events. First the Durham Performing Arts Center is one of the best for bringing in nationally acts like Roger Daltry from The Who, Steve Winwood or Frankie Beverly and Maze. And just around the corner is the American Tobacco Campus which holds their Music on the Lawn series from May to October. Other great Durham clubs, restaurants and bars also double as musical venue click here. Durham music.
Last but not least Chapel Hill offers the area several great venues for music including The Cat's Cradle, He's Not Here and the Dean Smith Center which brings in national acts like Keith Urban. For other great clubs and venues offering Chapel Hill music click here: Chapel Hill music: